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in the san francisco unified school district is extremely special, that is rob daniels is back there, can you please rise? thank you so much. and sally, i can call her my great friend. sally ryan. who hired me. and by the way it is her birthday. >> yes. ♪ ♪happy birthday to you ♪ >> louder ♪happy birthday dear, sally. ♪ >> and of course, aim, the association of the ininstructors of music that is extremely special too. i have been a teacher in other district and that is one of the things that makes us special. jillhendricks. and last but not least i feel blessed because i have the most wonderful students in the world and the parents that the parents are just phenomenally great and now i will sit down and be quiet. thank you so much. [ applause ] >> thank you, miss whitney. well deserved. and at this point, i would like to ask orla okief to come forward to introduce to us the rave special service award winners. >> good evening, superintendants and commissioners. i am pleased to be able to announce this awart for the student nutrition team of wilkens and orteza who have been nominated
the inner harbor. >> live, local, late-breaking. this is wbal tv 11 news at 6:00 p.m. with rob daniels and donna hamilton, your insta-weatherplus forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer, sports, and skyteam 11 covering breaking news. >> more people have been infected with a deadly fungal meningitis from contaminated steroid injections. five cases in maryland. the total number has soared to 105 of people second and the number of deaths is at 8. the tainted steroids were used in injection's given to back pain patients july through september. the massachusetts pharmacy has recalled all its products. health officials say 76 medical facilities in 23 states receive the contaminated injections. for complete list, you can go to our website, wbaltv.com and click on medical alert. new polls show the race for the white house is tightening more with republican presidential nominee mitt romney closing in on president obama's lead. >> he delivered a foreign policy speech in virginia today. sally kidd joins us in washington with that story. >> mitt romney delivered a blistering critique of t
are like, what is happening here? they walk up. i'm daniel, i'm rob. they give them the paperwork. >> open it up. >> congratulations, guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's paperwork saying that the coach is awarding them full academic scholarships. >> what a great way to freak them out and then be like, ta-da. >> think about it. they hadn't done anything, so they're probably thinking, did they catch me speeding or what? >> but you've got to watch this bro grab they have here when he breaks the news they're really getting scholarships. that's a man hug. >> and i love how their teammates all jump on them and surround them. that's awesome. >> good thing they didn't step up and go, this isn't about the hit-and-run last saturday, is it? >> what a great prank. >>> steven, neither one of us are married, but i've been told there's benefits to being married. allegedly. this, i think, is probably one of the best benefits. it's a quick tutorial on -- >> how to open a beer bottle with your ring. >> very short video. all you have to do, hook your wedding ring underneath your finger up underneath the bo
to guide us. many of you know rob shapiro, who has a long history of policy leadership here in washington, starting in the early days working for daniel patrick moynihan, to helping advise bill clinton in 1992, and eventually becoming the undersecretary of commerce in the second clinton term. what brought us together is the subject we will talk about today. back in early-2005, when ndn was reborn as a think-tank from being a political organization, i started calling people, and i found something i could not explain. do we have to have sound issues? ok. we began a collaboration that has gone on for eight years in a series of papers we had been writing. rob shapiro wrote a book during that time, taking a deep dive and what was happening with the globalization, that looked at the essential issue. we were looking at wages and why job growth was slowing down. one of the things we have come to believe as we try to make sense of the events. the question is, and it is what edward gets to in his book, are we facing a new set of economic circumstances that are fundamentally different than the ones
so good on this one. redskins win it. they improve to 2-2. fourth quarter tom brady, rob gronkowski gave the patriots the lead. oakland at denver. huge day for peyton manning. threw for 338, three scores including this one to eric decker. tennessee and houston. houston stays undefeated. daniel m-- danieal manning, houstons roll. from the other end of the rainbow we find the jets. another poor performance by mark sanch sanchez, picked off by willis. >> i apologize for my language because i was going to stay we got our butt kicked, but really we got our [ bleep ] kicked. >> all your sports news and highlights every morning from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. eastern. it's called "the lights." time to make a quarterbacking change with the giants? >> last week the jets offense struggled against the dolphins. they didn't score a point today. the morale of the team is low. holmes is out, revis is out. they need a spark. tim tebow will give them that spark. >> i don't think it's time. you're 2-2. >> you going to go up to 4-12. >> don't panic. >> why did you bring tim tebow in, as an ornament? >>
morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york. >> that is a tough one. >>> we're going to switch gears to the biggest bond movie yet. adele has the song. daniel craig had the lead. and lama hasan managed to nab 007 at "skyfall's" world premiere in london last night. >> oo 7, reporting for duty. >> reporter: 007 is back. >> bond. james bond. >> reporter: i had a question for craig, daniel craig. are you seen shirtless? >> not going to say. yes. >> reporter: why? >> yes, yes, yes. >> reporter: the man with the golden gun is celebrating 50 years on the silver screen. "skyfall" the latest installment, has critics saying it might be the best bond yet. guaranteeing classic bond action. bond girls. >> who doesn't appreciate the occasional twist. >> reporter: and, oh, yes. the bond car. you're here. the bond mobile is behind you. >> that's an aston martin. i want to jump over the barrier. >> reporter: would you take me on a ride? also on-hand, mi6's new power player, ralph fiennes. >> i only have one question. why not stay dead? i challenge "m" and bond for their incompetence. i'm a figure of
time out of his busy schedule to guide us. many of you know rob shapiro, who has a long history of policy leadership here in washington, starting in the early days working for daniel patrick moynihan, to helping advise bill clinton in 1992, and eventually becoming the undersecretary of commerce in the second clinton term. what brought us together is the subject we will talk about today. back in early-2005, when ndn was reborn as a think-tank from being a political organization, i started calling people, and i found something i could not explain. . do we have to have sound issues? ok. we began a collaboration that has gone on for eight years in a series of papers we had been writing. rob shapiro wrote a book during that time, taking a deep dive and what was happening with the globalization, that looked at the essential issue. we were looking at wages and why job growth was slowing down. one of the things we have come to believe as we try to make sense of the events. the question is, and it is what edward gets to in his book, are we facing a new set of economic circumstances that
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